Second Chance Foundation Job Vacancy: Project Coordinator, Jakarta - Indonesia

The Second Chance Foundation is the first independent Non-Profit Foundation in Indonesia established with the mission to facilitate educational and vocational training programs for inmates currently serving time in Indonesian Correctional Facilities.

As an Official Partner to the Ministry of Law and Human Rights, we are working together with government and private stakeholders to prepare inmates to become independent and productive members of their society after their release.

We are currently looking for a qualified and passionate candidate to join our team as a Project Coordinator

To lead a team of project officers to ensure the appropriate and professional implementation of Second Chance projects in the most efficient manner possible. To ensure the delivery of each project’s objectives and outputs are achieved according to the corresponding work plan and within the contracted project period.

Task and Responsibilities:
  • Lead and coordinate the project team to ensure a successful implementation, reporting, and management of each project.
  • Familiarity with project documentation, including but not limited to MOU with Ministry, the donor contract, project proposal, and budgetary approval
  • Develop proposals in consultation with officers, line management, and local government partners
  • Monitor existing Project outputs and indicators; develop monthly implementation plans and reports
  • Develop implementation and monitoring plan based on approved work plan in a timely manner.
  • Provide technical assistance and support to project officers and counterpart staff as required
  • Develop and maintain an updated work plan and job descriptions for all Project staff.
  • Provide job training and coaching/mentoring to Project staff.
  • Establish and maintain positive working relationships with partners and institutions involved in different projects.
  • Supervise the operation side of the activities.
  • Financial/Asset Management: Establish project financial management and monitoring systems that are compatible with the foundation’s policies and procedures.
  • Generate a monthly project expenditure report for submission to the Finance Department.
  • A minimum Bachelor’s degree in Social Work, Political Science, Sociology, or related field.
  • Minimum 5 years of working experience in project management and implementation within an INGO or related environment.
  • Proven work experience in project development, implementation, and monitoring.
  • Advance knowledge on project cycle management, community development, and mobilization with key stakeholders, especially government counterparts.
  • Professional proficiency in Microsoft Office; Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.
  • Problem solving attitude and strong communication skills to work collaboratively with other team members.
  • Efficient time-management skills.
  • Fluent in English, verbal and written.
If you or your relatives might fit suitable for this position, please send your updated CV to with the subject: Project Coordinator_Name